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Talks/Lectures, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Class/Workshop
(Live Stream) Lunch Time Meditation
Change your mind, change your day. Take an hour in the middle of the day to connect to your heart, cultivate inner peace and happiness and clarify your intention for the day. Everyone is welcome to attend these guided meditations. No previous experience is necessary. $8 ~ Free for Supporters
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Sketch Comedy, Stand Up Comedy
(Online) Short Bits
This is Short Bits! Grit City’s new performance party. This all-inclusive evening will feature a variety of performances including a DJ and live music. Each evening is specifically curated and can include local, national and international superstars from every genre of performance. The one thing you can count on is a good time. All-inclusive beverages and popcorn. Must RSVP at http://circleup.fun
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Parade
55th Annual Veterans Parade & Observance
Auburn, Washington is designated by the Veterans Day National Committee and the US Department of Veterans Affairs as a Regional Site for celebration of Veterans Day 2020. The City of Auburn is proud to be a Vietnam War Commemorative Partner. Auburn has hosted the Veterans Parade since 1965. Now in its 55th year, the parade has grown into one of the largest parades of its kind in the United States of America. The 55th annual Veterans Parade will be held in Auburn on Saturday, November 7 at 11:00 AM. The parade boasts over 200 units and nearly 6,000 parade participants, including 25+ high school marching bands, military vehicles, veterans' units, honor guards and more. The parade route travels along Main Street from E Street to A Street SW/NW. Other related activities include: American Legion Auburn Post #78 Breakfast (make reservations early) for this year's Veterans Day Breakfast on Saturday, November 7 from 7:00 AM to 9:30 AM, held at the Auburn Senior Activity Center, 808 Ninth Street SE. The breakfast is $8/person and includes pancakes, eggs, ham and juice or coffee. The breakfast is co-sponsored by the American Legion Post #78 and the City of Auburn. Visit the Static Display & Exhibit Showcase: Information booths and static displays will be located on South Division Street from 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM.
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Seniors, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Class/Workshop
Alzheimer's & Driving - ONLINE EVENT
ONLINE WORKSHOP: Driving is a skill that requires clear thinking, attention, anticipation and swift decision-making skills. The development of Alzheimer’s often makes driving dangerous. At the same time, many drivers resist advice to set aside the keys and continue driving. Families often find themselves in a no-win situation as they try to persuade a loved one to stop driving. Learn about the effects of the disease on driving, what families can do, conversation techniques and safety tips.
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Seniors, Health & Wellness/Nutrition, Class/Workshop
Alzheimer's & Driving - ONLINE EVENT
ONLINE WORKSHOP: Driving is a skill that requires clear thinking, attention, anticipation and swift decision-making skills. The development of Alzheimer’s often makes driving dangerous. At the same time, many drivers resist advice to set aside the keys and continue driving. Families often find themselves in a no-win situation as they try to persuade a loved one to stop driving. Learn about the effects of the disease on driving, what families can do, conversation techniques and safety tips.
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For the Family
Boo Bash Festival
Join us for 10 days for Spooktacular fun! The Boo Bash Festival offers Halloween-inspired activities, costumes, and more without the fright! Explore a straw bale maze, press apples into cider, decorate a pumpkin and float it in the regatta, watch weird Dr. Science demos, silkscreen a treat bag, and more! Presented by Hanson Subaru. Special Event Hours: Monday - Thursday, 9:30 am to 4:30 pm Friday - Sunday, 9:00 am to 6:30 pm Activities are FREE with Museum admission or membership. Capacity limited per play session. Online reservations required. Photo taken pre-COVID.
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Class/Workshop, Children
Bricks 4 Kidz Junior Robotics
Children as young as 6-12 can have fun learning robotics! Working on laptops, kids will be able to program models builds they craft using Bricks 4 Kidz model plans and LEGO® technology to spin, walk, tumble, play music, and more. Hands-on learning experience actively involves young students in their own learning process. All students take home a custom mini-figure.
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Children, Class/Workshop
Bricks 4 Kidz VIRTUAL Brick Build-Along (Tuesdays)
What are you creating with that big box of miscellaneous LEGO Bricks? Wish you could build with friends and be challenged to do something unique? Join us LIVE online weekly to learn and build the challenge of the day! We will create, build and share fun projects. Classes will include group learning time, instructor-led building of the project of the day and sharing what you’ve built with other students. Requires Zoom (free), and whatever LEGO Bricks you have at home.
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Children, Class/Workshop
Bricks for Kidz VIRTUAL Brick Build-Along (Thursdays)
What are you creating with that big box of miscellaneous LEGO Bricks? Wish you could build with friends and be challenged to do something unique? Join us LIVE online weekly to learn and build the challenge of the day! We will create, build and share fun projects. Classes will include group learning time, instructor-led building of the project of the day and sharing what you’ve built with other students. Requires Zoom (free), and whatever LEGO Bricks you have at home.
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sen, health, Class/Workshop
Bringing Parents Home - ONLINE EVENT
ONLINE WORKSHOP: Many adult children consider moving their aging parents back home with them – because of finances, caregiving, emotional health or other reasons. There’s much to consider. Would other options be better? Is your family ready to set effective boundaries? Is a multigenerational setting going to work? Is your home equipped and are you able to provide the level of care required? Have you considered the financial implications? Is this something your parents really want?
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